School Uniform

Trinity school uniform policy, and where to buy

The main items of our school uniform are available via PMG Schoolwear and can be ordered either via phone (01895 809321) or online at PMG Schoolwear.  

All orders received are made to order as they carry plain stocks and then embroider or print the school logo as required. PMG aim to deliver orders to UK mainland addresses within 14 to 21 days (excluding bank holidays) of you placing your order. Every effort will be made to despatch your order as quickly as possible. As a result some orders may arrive earlier.

All orders will be despatched by first class Royal Mail package post. Postage will be calculated according to the total weight of the order. This ensures customers are not penalised for ordering just one small item such as a tie.  You also have the option to collect an order from PMG’s shop in High Wycombe or their warehouse in Uxbridge. They do not currently hold stock in High Wycombe  or Uxbridge so items must be pre-ordered.

Please download our uniform policy document – please ensure that you read this before you order your uniform, as there have been some recent important changes:

  • We have introduced an optional hooded sweatshirt which is FOR PE ONLY.

  • There are now alternatives to the school sweatshirt; a cardigan for girls and a
    v-neck sweater for boys.

  • Please note our policy on summer footwear (no coloured sandals or crocs).

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Personal Property and Lost Property

We encourage children to be responsible and independent when looking after their own belongings. If they do mislay them, we cannot accept responsibility for their loss.  However our Year 6 monitors will try to find owners on  weekly basis and return items that are found without owners.

All articles should have names on them so that we can more easily return them.


Trinity School Uniform Policy

We want children at Trinity to wear their school uniform with pride.

Our updated school uniform policy supports the schools high standards and ensures a strong sense of identity for our pupils. We have tried to ensure that our uniform is comfortable, practical, smart and as low-cost as possible.

We ask that all parents, carers and children respect the school uniform policy.

If we find that a child is wearing clothing not specified on the uniform list without good reason, we will send a letter home reminding parents and carers of the school policy.  We want our children to take pride in their appearance.

All uniform should be labelled, either with a laundry marker pen or with an iron-on / sewn-in label



Boys School Uniform

  • Grey school trousers (no combat-style trousers, tracksuit-bottoms or jeans)

  • Grey school short trousers (no combat-style shorts, board shorts or ¾ cut off trousers)

  • School Polo shirt with school logo* (phasing out plain polo shirts from September 2011)

  • School sweatshirt

  • Plain dark grey or black socks

  • Black shoes (no trainers, crocs or boots)

  • Black or brown sandals in summer

None of the following are acceptable: trainers, crocs, boots, coloured or patterned socks

BOYS PE  (to be kept in school PE bag)

  • Plain Navy track suit bottoms

  • Navy shorts

  • School sports t-shirt

  • School sweatshirt

  • Plain plimsolls (Reception Children)

  • Trainers (Years 1-6)

  • Swimming trunks** (not board-shorts)  for swimming lessons (juniors only)

** Please note that swimwear should not be kept in PE bags, but brought to school in a separate bag for swimming days.



  • Girls School Uniform

    School polo shirt

  • School sweatshirt

  • School cardigan with logo

  • Grey school skirt, tunic or grey trousers

  • Navy or grey tights or socks

  • Black or navy shoes or sandals (trainers, crocs or boots are not acceptable)


  • Pale blue gingham/checked dress

  • School cardigan with logo

  • White socks

  • Older girls may wear navy cycling shorts under their dress, but these should not be visible beneath the skirt hemline

  • Black or navy shoes or sandals (trainers, crocs or boots are not acceptable)

GIRLS PE (to be kept in school PE Bag*)

  • Navy school PE shorts

  • Plain Navy track suit bottoms

  • School sports t-shirt

  • Plain Plimsolls (Reception Children)

  • Trainers (Years 1-6)

  • One-piece swimsuit (juniors only)**


Painting/Craft Overall

All pupils should have a named, long-sleeved painting overall. This may be an old (larger sized) shirt, or shop-bought painting overall.


A suitable watch for school and plain stud ear-rings are permitted but other items of jewellery are not a part of the school uniform and may prove hazardous in some school activities.   Ear-rings must be removed or taped over for swimming.


Long hair should always be tied back with smart, plain bands, clips or ribbons.

Coats / Outer-wear

All pupils will need to bring an appropriate coat or mac to school at all times as we allow children to play outside in very light rain.


All children should bring a named sun-hat to school during warmer weather.


Infants should own a school book bag which should be used for all school books and letters. Juniors may use the school book bag or a larger back-pack style bag.  Packed lunches should be in a separate lunch bag to avoid spillage onto school books and materials.